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" May No Soldier Go Unloved "

   
 
Friday, July 11, 2003
 
Enron files reorganization plan: "Enron Corp.'s thousands of creditors will get a fraction of what they are owed when the scandal-ridden company emerges from bankruptcy as two companies with new names."

In JuneauEmpire.com: Associated Press



Bush to tout $15B AIDS program in Uganda: "President Bush said Friday that Uganda's journey out of the scourge of AIDS serves as a successful example for global efforts to contain the pandemic."

In JuneauEmpire.com: Associated Press



Wholesale prices up 0.5 percent in June: "After dropping for two months in a row, wholesale prices went up by 0.5 percent in June, largely reflecting sharply higher costs for gasoline and other energy products."

In JuneauEmpire.com: Associated Press



Rice: CIA approved Bush remark on Iraq: "President Bush said Friday that intelligence services cleared his State of the Union speech, which included a now-discredited allegation that Iraq was seeking to buy nuclear material from Africa."

In JuneauEmpire.com: Associated Press



Mideast officials meet to discuss truce: "Top Israeli and Palestinian officials debated issues crucial to a three-month truce long into the night, ignoring for now infighting that has jeopardized Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas' influence."

In JuneauEmpire.com: Associated Press



Tropical storm hits Mexico with wind, rain: "Tropical Storm Claudette skimmed the northeast tip of the Yucatan peninsula and the resort of Cancun early Friday, battering high-rise hotels with high winds and pounding the popular resort coast with rain."

In JuneauEmpire.com: Associated Press



Wal-Mart opens first store in Beijing: "Wal-Mart, the world's biggest retailer, opened its first outlet in China's capital Friday, making its inaugural foray into a major Chinese city after setting up 22 stores elsewhere in the country."

In JuneauEmpire.com: Associated Press



Springer to file papers for Senate bid: "Jerry Springer, the talk show host who put wife-swappers, strippers and skinheads on the air and then watched the punches fly, will file papers to run for the U.S. Senate as early as Friday, advisers said."

In JuneauEmpire.com: Associated Press



Stocks are poised to open higher: "U.S. stocks are set to open slightly higher Friday as investors await the latest round of second-quarter reports, including the one from General Electric Co."

In JuneauEmpire.com: Associated Press



Tigers edge the White Sox for home sweep: "Nate Cornejo finished three outs away from his first career shutout, leading the Detroit Tigers to their first home sweep in a year with a 1-0 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Thursday."

In JuneauEmpire.com: Associated Press


Thursday, July 10, 2003
 
Franks: U.S. may stay in Iraq for years: "American troops could still be in Iraq four years from now, the war's former commander told members of Congress concerned about persistent, deadly attacks."

In JuneauEmpire.com: Associated Press



Iraqi police warn U.S. troops on safety: "With daily shootings and rocket attacks against U.S. soldiers claiming two more lives, even Iraqi policemen said Thursday they want to keep a safe distance from coalition troops for fear of getting caught in the crossfire."

In JuneauEmpire.com: Associated Press



Bush will help Botswana in AIDS fight: "President Bush pledged to the nation with the world's highest AIDS infection rate that it will have a strong partner in his administration in fighting the disease. "You will not face this enemy alone," he said Thursday."

In JuneauEmpire.com: Associated Press



Tropical Storm Claudette nears Cancun: "Mexican authorities issued hurricane warnings and tourists took last-minute dips in the turquoise waters of the Caribbean on Thursday as a strengthening Tropical Storm Claudette churned toward Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula."

In JuneauEmpire.com: Associated Press



House backs Bush on new overtime rules: "The House voted Thursday to let the Bush administration move ahead with proposed rules that could stop at least 644,000 white-collar workers from receiving overtime pay, heeding a White House veto threat and taking the side of business in its battle against unions."

In JuneauEmpire.com: Associated Press



Twins return in separate coffins to Iran: "Friends wept and a brass band played solemn music as the coffins of formerly conjoined twins - who touched the world with their determination to lead separate lives - arrived in Iran on Thursday for burial."

In JuneauEmpire.com: Associated Press


Tuesday, July 08, 2003
 
Iranian twins die in separation surgery: "Iranian twins Laleh and Ladan Bijani, joined at the head for 29 years, died within 90 minutes of each other Tuesday after doctors separated them but were unable to control their bleeding in the unprecedented surgery."

In JuneauEmpire.com: Associated Press



New Saddam audio tape similar to old one: "Two Arab television channels aired on Tuesday audiotapes said to be by ousted Iraqi President Saddam Hussein."

In JuneauEmpire.com: Associated Press



Bush condemns slavery in Africa speech: "President Bush called slavery "one of the greatest crimes of history" Tuesday and inched closer toward sending American troops to a peacekeeping force in Liberia."

In JuneauEmpire.com: Associated Press



Sudanese airliner crashes, killing 116: "A Sudanese airliner crashed just outside a Red Sea coast airport minutes after takeoff Tuesday, killing 116 people, officials said. The only survivor was a 2-year-old boy."

In JuneauEmpire.com: Associated Press



Islamic Jihad claims blast responsibility: "Militants from the radical Palestinian group Islamic Jihad claimed responsibility for a bombing in central Israel that killed a 65-year-old woman, apparently violating last week's cease-fire pledge."

In JuneauEmpire.com: Associated Press



Iraqi insurgents fire at U.S. supply base: "Insurgents fired mortar rounds at a U.S. supply base north of Baghdad, and American forces arrested at least 12 Iraqi suspects in a counterattack, the U.S. military said Tuesday. There were no reported casualties."

In JuneauEmpire.com: Associated Press



Test of shuttle wing called 'smoking gun': "A chunk of foam insulation similar to the one that came off during Columbia's liftoff punched a large ragged hole in a shuttle wing mock-up, and the accident investigator in charge of the test said it proved that the debris doomed the spaceship."

In JuneauEmpire.com: Associated Press



TNN network can call itself 'Spike TV': "Spike Lee and Viacom Inc. have settled a lawsuit the filmmaker filed to keep the media giant from calling its TNN cable television network "Spike TV.""

In JuneauEmpire.com: Associated Press



Stocks are set to open lower after rally: "U.S. stocks are expected to open on a modestly downbeat note Tuesday, retracing some of Monday's sharp rally as investors turn their attention to second-quarter earnings reports from the likes of Alcoa Inc. and Pepsi Bottling Group Inc."

In JuneauEmpire.com: Associated Press



Hillenbrand homers in 3 straight innings: "When Shea Hillenbrand played for Boston earlier this season, he hit three homers in 49 games."

In JuneauEmpire.com: Associated Press

 

 
   
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